Game Podunk Content Manager, Number905 writes, "I’m part of a masochistic minority: I really enjoy hard games. There’s a thrill and satisfaction in repeatedly playing a section, getting better each time, and finally beating it. Sure, I’ll fail a lot before I win, but I always know that I just need to be better and react faster to grasp victory. Unfortunately, a lot of games these days are doing difficulty wrong. In these games, your loss isn’t just a result of a lack of skills or familiarity. These are the games that decide cop out with some false difficulty, leaving you screaming at your television in frustration at what, somehow, passed playtesting. What follows is how gaming has gone from Nintendo hard to just plain irritating..."